Oct

1 2016

Matt Walden's "The Hometown Show"

7:30PM - 10:00PM  

The Loft at the Church at Bradenton 2520 43rd Street West
Bradenton, FL 34209
941-792-3462 office@tcabradenton.com
http://tcabradenton.com/

Contact Shellie Benson
MattWaldenMusic.com
941-256-7915
shellie.benson@sone.com
http://srqrocks.org

$ Cost $ 10.52

Coming off this summer’s successful 10-stop “The Coffee Shop (But Not Really) Tour,” musician and rising star Matt Walden is bringing his act back to Bradenton with “The Hometown Show” on Oct. 1. With full production and two opening acts, Walden promises this show “will be unlike anything I’ve ever performed before.”

The show is Oct. 1, 7:30-10 p.m. at The Loft at the Church at Bradenton, 2520 43rd Street W., Bradenton. The two opening acts, recently announced, include singer-songwriter Trevor Bystrom and Christian rock band, Wake the Neighbors, also from Bradenton. Walden will perform his original songs as well as cover tunes with a theatrical production and guest performers. General admission and VIP tickets are available at MattWaldenMusic.com, however, VIP is nearly sold out.

Walden’s original music is a blend of alternative pop, rock, reggae, hip hop and singer-songwriter. His first original single, Flipped the Script, charted at #38 on iTunes Singer-Songwriter Top Songs chart, and his first full-length album, Walden, reached #25 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Top Album chart. Walden is an alumnus of the Palmetto-based Del Couch Music Education Foundation, where he currently records his music.

On the day of “The Hometown Show,” Walden will release his newest single, Breathe, available free on Soundcloud and Spotify. CDs and merchandise will be available for sale at the show, as well.

JUST ANNOUNCED: A portion of the proceeds from “The Hometown Show” will benefit Rock for a Cause, the Sarasota-Manatee battle of the bands live music event on Nov. 12, which donates proceeds to local music education programs. Ticket sales will also benefit The Church at Bradenton.

“This show is all about giving back to the community that has supported me for so many years,” Walden says. “I could not have come this far without the love and help from my Bradenton friends and family.”